Most young finance professionals have their eye on a career promotion or a jump to a new job within the next two years.
Fragmentation of roles leads to employees' lack of ownership and a quiet acceptance of things-as-they-are.
Purchasing department employees must spend more face-to-face time with suppliers to drive true value.
Companies claim roughly $1 billion annually via Work Opportunity Tax Credits, but not many finance executives know of the program.
The transition away from an accounting focus is profound and gaining steam: Russell Reynolds research.
A partner at a CFO services firm offers a fiery retort to those who play down the value of accounting skills for CFOs.
At present strategic ability is the priority, but history suggests accounting know-how could circle back to the fore, a CFO says.
Five takes on how accounting stacks up against other CFO competencies.
The language of finance will forever be numbers, says Workday's finance chief.
Modern CFOs are value creators, says a longtime executive recruiter.